Love is not an elusive state reserved for a fortunate few; it is the inherent condition in which we all exist, much like a fish is naturally in water. This love surrounds and permeates us, often unnoticed until we consciously acknowledge it. To say we are “in love” is not to describe a state we have attained but to recognize the ever-present reality we inhabit.
The idea of “spreading love” is a misinterpretation of this natural state. Love is not a commodity to be doled out; it is an environment that we are already a part of. When we align ourselves with a higher purpose or divinity, we simply become more aware of the love that already exists within and around us. This awareness manifests as an aura of peace, serenity, and compassion that is not artificially generated but naturally revealed.
Being in this state of love is like a fish recognizing water. The fish is not adding water to its environment; it is becoming aware of the water that has always been there. Similarly, individuals who acknowledge this love radiate a natural sense of calm and equanimity. Their actions and words become reflections of this understanding, inspiring others not out of envy but out of recognition of a shared reality.